We’re getting bigger at Big Hair No Care and are looking for an ace Sales and Marketing Coordinator to start ASAP. Please pass it along!
source photos: Marguerite London
.Sales and Marketing Coordinator.
Job type: Permanent
Job location: London
Salary: competitive + bonus
Big Hair No care was created by Freddie Harrel, a Top UK blogger with over 130,000 followers across social networks.
We’re a cool and fast growing gang trying to make a difference in the so poorly catered Afro hair and beauty market! We do ethical hair extensions; they’re made of premium synthetic and 0% human hair whose trade is unfair and unregulated. We do them well, big, fluffy and they’d fool anyone, and we make sure the people who make them are paid and treated fairly.
We’ve just opened a pop up in Pop Brixton (London), a fun, welcoming hub for the natural hair community and set to become a community hot spot for creative and entrepreneurial women of colour to connect and collaborate, and the new home of the ‘Big Hair Nights`- a series of lively panel discussions featuring inspiring special guests from the world of beauty, business, fashion, music and lifestyle.
One of my new little projects this year is to be more organised. I can be sooo messy and all over the place, and I’m running out energy to put up with it.
So when Very asked me to be part of their #LiveMore campaign, it couldn’t have been a better timing. We’re moving back to London this month (yaay), but with the work trips and tight deadlines, Hugo’s determination to nail his rolling skills (we basically have a restless baby), there’s a lot going on.
If you were looking for yet another cool thing about pushing 30, I’ve got one for you. I’m a much more savvy shopper these days, almost disgusted with my old shopping ways when it was mostly about quantity rather than quality. A bright red sale label would almost never fail to drive me straight to the till, allowing the clutter to live on. Double tap if you can relate type eh!
But age not only made me crave for more space and order, it also taught my eye to seek quality and long lasting staple pieces. I genuinely take pride in having an embossed journal, and very good leather bags (this I got from my mama!), these quality accessories that make me feel like I’m an adult who’s got their stuff together. Well, Shinola embodies all the above as a brand, they’re perfect for good staples you can rely on over time, so I was excited when they asked me to style some of their latest pieces for a Mother’s Day’s lookbook.
And since we’re talking Mother’s Day, I wanted to shoot indoors, which is where I spend most of my time, having joined motherhood exactly 4 months ago as I’m writing this.